a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Frozen Drops


Change the light and it's a different picture.

Wouldn't it be simple if changing our light could change our life?
It could be a different picture.

12 comments:

ellen abbott said...

We do sort of if you think of the light as being your attitude.

Sunny said...

Seeing the light maybe a good thing, going towards the light...not so much.
Very pretty picture, either way.
Happy Sunday.
Sunny :)

Lori E said...

I agree with both of the above comments. Nothing new to see in mine. Sorry.

Pat said...

Ditto to Lori E's comments!

allhorsestuff said...

Yea..wow, that is a cool transformation. While I look on them both; I do prefer the first over the last(which has more light) it may translate to mean that the shadows =can enhance ones world!
Give shadows a chance...and glow even in them...

Glowing from my shadowy spot too!
XO
Kac

Autumnforest said...

Great perspective. Sometimes, the mystery of being shadowed is even more intriuging. That limb could have anything, disease, bugs, ice...you'd never know. Bring it into the light and you know its total story, reassuring but less mysterious. I love your perspective.

Oz Girl said...

So much to read into that post. Good light, bad light, no light... our attitudes and outlook on life can probably be changed depending on how our light shines.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

I think too much light washes out the picture. The darker one looks softer and more mysterious. Hmmmmm, what does that say about me?

By the way, I love the new header. I can't stop gazing at it. It is my favorite so far.


~Lisa

allhorsestuff said...

Came on back to read again...and your fabulous cloudy skies greeted me~
!WOWSA!
Love those clouds.. multifaceted things that continually shape shift into what ever your mind may fancy!
KK

Rudee said...

You're always so profound.

The photos are beautiful--both of them!

The Green Stone Woman said...

I really like the new header, Gail. I love the way the farm lies there under that amazing sky huddled in the trees. So safe and snug. What a nice place to live.

Nezzy said...

I think we can change our light, our outlook and prospective on life. Deep thoughts to ponder this early in the morn!

Have a beautifully blessed day in the Light!!!

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